Hotel Baia Imperiale
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- Swimming pool
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... It was actually unplanned and a lucky coincidence- it was the only restaurant in the village! After lunch Sat Nav has the important task of navigating our route across the top of the alps. Unfortunately the map on the app didn't show that the main road I was directing us to was in a tunnel and I was completely confused when according to the directions we should have been at an intersection where we could turn onto the motorway but all we could see was snow!! We ...
... br> Forli is where Caterina held off Cesare Borgia for weeks until he finally pounded a breech in her Ravaldino fortress wall large enough to admit his troops and capture Caterina, but only after she was betrayed by a mercenary officer under her command.
I could write for many pages on Caterina’s story but I’ve gone on too long already: If you’ve come this far, take the time to read through some of the vignettes of this amazing woman. As ...
... and fishing boats as well. As we neared Venice we could see the Alps in the distance and there was snow on the summits of some mountains. Venice is located in a lagoon and the locals moved further into the lagoon to escape Attila the Hun. The areas has a series of island however our motel is on the mainland not far from the port to travel to the island of Venice tomorrow.
... must have been the only one who knew a very little bit of English) came to serve us. We had the best fresh ravioli ever - truffles with ricotta and spinach. Everything they brought out for us to try was delicious. When we went to pay the bill and give the tip the owner was very kind and wouldn't take the full amount we had in our hand, just took a 50 note. We really enjoyed our small town experience even though it was quite difficult - a few words and gestures go a long ...
... is running slowly to conserve fuel and we will not dock in Ancona until after 7pm. It is a very boring day.
It is nearly dark when we finally disembark. Charly and K-H try try best to lose me as we head out onto the autostrada. Then it's a blast north, way outside my comfort zone. I have done very little mileage after dark in Europe and find it very ...